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Diana Wasserman, MD, FAAP

Dear Patriot Pediatrics Family,

We are pleased to announce that Diana Wasserman, MD, FAAP is joining our group in April as a primary care pediatrician with a specialty in developmental and behavioral pediatrics. Developmental and behavioral pediatricians have had additional training in child development and the emotional and educational problems of children. They evaluate and treat children with a wide array of behavioral and developmental difficulties including: sleep disorders, toileting issues, learning problems, attention problems, and autistic spectrum disorders.

Dr Wasserman graduated from Yale University School of Medicine in 1977. She trained in general pediatrics at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and The Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Her subspecialty training in developmental behavioral pediatrics was completed at Yale School of Medicine and the Yale Child Study Center. At the Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Dr. Wasserman served as a Pediatric Consultant and a Clinical Associate while receiving training in psychoanalytically oriented child therapy.

Dr. Wasserman worked previously at the Cleveland Clinic as a general and developmental pediatrician. Prior to that, she has worked in private practice in Connecticut and in Ohio, and also served as a consultant to schools in the Rochester, N.Y. area, where she worked in a multidisciplinary developmental and learning center.

Dr. Wasserman is board-certified in general pediatrics as well as in developmental behavioral pediatrics. Dr. Wasserman sees patients as a primary care pediatrician, and also will see developmental and behavioral consultations. We are certain that you will appreciate her caring manner and clinical skills, and we hope that with us, you will welcome her warmly into our practice.

Best wishes,

Mitchell Feldman MD, David Geller MD, Francine Hennessey MD

Please click on the appropriate link below to download one of Dr. Wasserman's intake forms

Infant age 0-2 Intake Form
Young Child age 3-5 Intake Form
School aged child/adolescent age 6-17